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Jonas Müller

Commercial Manager, Bonnier Publications

Jonas Müller is a Commercial Manager in Bonnier Publications, the largest publisher of magazines in Northern Europe. Previously, he worked for TDC Totalløsninger, TDC Tele Danmark, Tele Danmark and Tele Danmark Mobil. He received a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration, with a specialty in Marketing Management, from Copenhagen Business School.


He has a wide experience in the e-commerce industry, with a focus on both BTC and BTB marketing, e-sales and website management. So far, his career path has revolved around e-marketing strategy development and online marketing concept implementation, analysis of marketing programme effectiveness, media buying and planning as well as e-sales improvement with a help of web-analysis and usability studies.


As far as international experience is concerned, he has worked mainly within the Northern Europe, expecially Scandinavian region, and thus gathered great knowledge specific for such countries as  Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. 

 

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Bonnier Publications is the largest publisher of magazines in Northern Europe, with more than 50 titles. Among its most popular magazines are the popular science magazine Illustreret Videnskab, the home interiors magazine Bo Bedre and the fitness magazine I Form.

Bonnier's staff of 900 is dedicated to supplying information and entertainment of the highest quality to the more than two million people who read its magazines every month. Bonnier Publications also publishes books and DVDs and operates more than 50 websites.

The Bonnier Publications Group is headquartered in Copenhagen, with bureaus and editorial offices in Oslo, Helsinki, Stockholm and Moscow. In the Netherlands and Belgium, it publishes Illustreret Videnskab itself. Illustreret Videnskab is also published by licence in a number of countries, incl. the USA and Latvia.

Bonnier Publications is part of the family-owned Swedish media conglomerate Bonnier, which owns newspapers, publishing houses and TV stations in 20 countries.

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